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"CERTAIN OF SUCCESS
!Are JJepnulican Leaders in Wash
ington, Basing Their Belief
M'A. KUMBEE OF CIRCUMSTANCES.
-ffhej- Count on Votes in the Electoral Col
lege From I opulites
3P TBET SHOULD BE FOBXD KECESSART
truoM x sTArr cowikspon-dent.
Washixgtox, Sov. 3. The "wave" of
feeling is still lending with increased
Btrenctb in favor of the Ucpublicans to-day.
There is no diminution of either their party
cr their hcttiai fervor. All the talk is for
Harrison aua Reid and the tariff, and no
ilufl of the Democrats nor stories of the
unpopularity of Iteid nor of the secession of
this man or that can aflect their enthusiasm
for a moment.
The increase of Republican confidence
here is the best possible thermometer for
the indication of the increase of it generally
over the country, for it is effected wholly
bv the information received from every
State of the country and from the most re
liable and active sources.
One of the queer speculations that have
cropped out to-day, and which has excited
the attention of everybody, is the possi
bility that though neither the Harrison nor
the Cleveland electors may have a clear
majority, the electionmay not be thrown into
the House. This mean', of course, that if
both of the leading candidates fail ot a ma
jority the Weaver electors will throw their
votes to Harrison rather than permit the
election to go to the House of Representa
tives, with its contested Democratic ma
jority, which would "insure the election of
A Etron; Sinew or Confidence.
It is strange tliat this ha not cropped out
belore, as it has been one of the sources of
confidence ot tlie Republican leaders lrom
the first, though thev have naturally kept
it iu the background. While they are
more than ever confident that the Republi
can electors will win hands down, they
admit that there is a possibility they may;
receive a larger vote than the uieveiana
electors and yet fall short of an election by
unexpected successes of the Third party in
the West But in case the balance of
power shall be held by the Weaver elec
tors, it is now broached apparently for the
first time that it is much more likely Har
rison would get them, or a majority of
them, at the meeiinc of the electoral col
lege, than that Cleveland would.
As this matter has now been brought to
the iront it may be readily reasoned out
that the whole drift of tne Third party
movement has been in favor of the Re
publicans, and the whole mind of the Third
party leaders has been that of friendliness
lor the Republicans rather than the Demo
crats. This may seem strange as regards
the Republican States ot the AVest, where
Third partv people might be expected to
favor the Democrats as against the major
ity, but it must be remembered that the In
spiration ot the movement has been from
the South, and the West has been imbued
with that spirit which had for its first im
pulse the overthrow of the "Solid South."
Third Tarty Leaders Keepins Slum.
The leaders of the Third party knew that
until that nas accomplished the organiza
tion of a formidable third party in the
whole country would be difficult, it not im
possible. A fraction of the West could not
hope to gain much by nlaving a lone hand.
The Eastern and Mfddle-Nortbera States
could not be moved except by a mighty im
pulse given lrom the South and West.
Naturally the South was the more impor
tant, as there was the greater discontent
spread over the greater area. The bitter
ness of the Third party people ot the South
has been turned wholly against the Demo
crats, as there was really nothing else to
fight, and the 'ollowing among the Third
party people of the West is that they must
do all that lies in their power to prevent
the Democrats from gaining any access of
power that would retard or destroy the
movement to break up the "Solid South,"
on which consummation the hope of the
Third party depends.
Republicans Favored as Against Democrats.
Over and over again Third party leaders
have admitted to the correspondent ot THE
Dispatch that as between the Republican
and tne Democratic parties they would
prefer the success of the former, for the rea
son given above. It is therefore not only
possible if the candidates of the old parties
tail of an election, and the Third party
electors hold the balance of power, that
when the meeting of the Electoral College
occurs the votes of that party will go in a
body to the Republican electors. Another
reason why they should do so is the treat
ment of the People's party candidates by
the Democrats of the South. The electoral
votes of that party would not be likely to
be given to the candidates ot the men who
pelted them with aged eggs and decayed
cabbage unless they are made of unusually
But this is a consideration of vastly less
importance than that which is referred to
previously. It is a knowledge of this feel
ing, and with this understanding, that the
great fichtwas undertaken in Alabama, and
vhich, if it result in the election of the
Kolb ticket, will certainly take Alabama
out of the list of sure Democratic States.
SEOI TOE A TUBKEY.
A Hunter's Sad Death IVliUo Decoying Gamo
In the Mountains.
UxiOXTOWJT, PA., Xov. 1 Special
While hunting in the mountains this after
Eoon'George Gates, of Fairchance, was shot
and instantly killed. Gates secreted him
self in a brush pile and began calling like a
turkey, a common decoy trick among
A man named Dills, who was also out
shooting, heard the supposed turkey call
and carefully stalked the cover from whence
it came. He approached to within a few
rods of the heap of brush, and, locating the
sound as accurately as possible, fired a load
of buckshot into the brush. Several of the
shot penetrated Gates' neck and killed him
where he lay. The dead man vas a well
In Olden Times
People overlooked the importance of per
manently beneficial effects and were satis
fied uith transient action, but now that It is
generally Xnowii that feyrnp of Figs will per
manently cure habitual constipation, well
informed pconle will not buy other laxa
tives, which act lor a time, but Anally inj ure
Our Loss Is Tour Gain.
We are selllnz our stock-, damaged by are,
water and smoke, at almost your own prices,
and now is your chance to get a bargain lu
china, glass and lamps, etc., at T. G. Evans
A Co.'s, Third and Market, as the stock must
he sold at once to make room for new goods.
Come early to avoid the rush.
Don't Take the Risk
Of flrc or thieves, hut keep your valuable
papers, bonds, etc , in the safe depositvaults
of the Farmers' Deposit National Bank, CS
Fourth avenue. Boxes rented at $5 a year
and up v ard.
Cheap, but Good.
Hendricks A Co.'s crayons and photos can
not be excelled either in quality or price.
Come see our work.
Family groups at re-
Overcoats dyed and dry cleaned at
Tel. I 443 Smithfleld street.
8469 I 100 Federal street, Allegheny.
12G4 1 1913 Carson street, Southslde.
Db Witt's Little Early Risers. Best pill
or biliousness, sick headache, malaria.
New styles in English collars.
,Aikh & Co., 100 Filth avenue.
THE COOLtY-aEWABD IN DEHAttD. ,
Sheriff arcConnick nnd All His Deputies
Put In a Claim Tor It.
TJxioxtowx, If ov. X.lSpediL'l There
is a dispute here as to who is entitled to the
51,500 reward offered for the notorious
Frank Cooley. The reward was offered
conjointly by" the County Commissioners,
the Georgcs'township school directors and
Georges township citizens. At a recent
meeting of this school board to settle the
matter" five porjons put in a claim for a
share in the reward.
The claimants are Sheriff McCorraick,
Walter W. Laughead, William Hilling.
Frank Smith and Albert Johnson. Sheriff
McCormicK modestly claims that he Is en
titled to all the rewardsj as the other claim
ants were simply in his employ, but, the
latter protest most emphatically against
this proposed settlement of the case. The
school directors didn't want to settle the
contention off hand, so they adjourned
without doing anything. The County Com
missfoner will meet lu a few days to decide
who shall have the reward thev offered.
Children of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Sollcr
Both Had Eczema
lu Its Worst Form
Physicians Failed, Hood's
who see their children suffering lrom dis
eases caused by impure blood, and for
which there seems no'cure. This is turned
to joy when Hood's Sarsaparilla'is resorted
to, for it expels the foul humors from the
blood, and restores the diseased skin to
fresh, healthy brightness. Read the fol
lowing from grateful parents:
"To C I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"We think.Hood's Sarsaparilla is the most
valuable medicine on tho markot for blood
and skin discasos. Our two children suf
fered terribly with tho
lVorst Form of Eczema
for two years. We Imd tlnee physicians In
that time, but neither of them succeeded in
curing thorn or even in living tliem a little
relief. At last we tried Hood's Sarsaparilla
and in a month both children were per
fectly cured. Wo recommend
as a standard family medicine, and would
not be without it." Mc and lias. M. M.
Soixek, 1412 2nd Avenue, Altoona, Pa.
llood'8 Fills cure liver lilt, constipation,
biliousness. Jauudicc, eIck heartache. Indigestion.
A DRIVING BUSINESS
ALL THE YEAH ROUND.
EVERY STONE WARRANTED.
Take warning. TOLTAIC DIAMONDS
are covered by letters patent, issued at
Washington, D. G. March 24. 1891. All in
fringements will be prosecuted to the full
extent of the law. Not only are the words
"Voltaic Diamonds" displayed on the cards
of the goods, but insist on seeing it stamped
on each Eardrop, Stud, King, Fin, etc. Don't
accept any artlole "Just as good." They are
beyond competition. Xot for sale by any
other Jeweler in the U. S.
B. E. AR0NS, JEWELER,
3G FIFTH AVBNCB.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue Free.
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IMPORTANT TO BUYERS
S SPECIAL li-CTIMIIBIEIRS 5
Which will cause a whirl of excitement in our Dress Goods Department this
week. All we ask is an inspection of the goods. After that we will be
sure to sell to you.
LOT No. 1 So pieces Camel's Hair Striped Suitings, all colors, PQC
42 inches wide, made to retail at $i, which we will sell at yQ
LOT No. 2 50 pieces Silk Mixed Scotch Suitings, 42 inches
wide, latest shades; you can't duplicate them elsewhere under $1; PQC
our price QQ
LOT No. 3 5 pieces Fine Imported Cheviot Suitings, 40 inches PQC
wide, choice shades; former price $1; our price for this sale Q()
LOT No, 4 5 pieces Imported Bedford Cords, extra quality,
40 inches wide, all colors and black, never before retailed under CQC
$1, to go at OO
LOT No. 5 So pieces Fine All-Wool Black French Serge, 46 PQC
inches wide; they're the regular $1 quality, at JQ
DOUGLAS & MACKIE,
151. 153 AND 155 FEDERAL ST.. ALLEGHENY.
A GOOD REPUTATION
Talr no enVicrtfnh. fnr
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Body Brussels Carpets,
And all kinds of Ingrain Car
pets. Everything new in style,
choice in color. All at
Wall Paper in every quality
and style for wall and ceiling.
Special styles in choice colors.
You should see our stock be
fore you buy.
136 FEDERAL ST.,
ALLEGHENY CITY, PA.
Extract of Beef.
In the Kitchen for Soups,
Sauces and Made Dishes,
EAXD OPEEA HOUSE
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
The grandest of modern plays. The great
est of young nctiesses. Realism, spectacle,
compdy, drama combined. A grand play,
grandly acted, grandly staged.
Prices 15, 23, 50 and 75c Matinees 15, 25
Next week. Police Patrol. not
J. IL GILMOUE
AVatch for nest weec's attraction.
THE ALYIN THEATER.
CHARLES L. DAVIS, Owner and Manager.
To-night, Wednesday and Saturday
JOSEPn ARTHUR'S Distinguished Success,
Next week Mr. Richard Mansfield In
TTARRY WILLIAMS' ACADEDY
To-night, Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and
COLOSSAL GAIETY CO. 0CSWiI
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ruined by manufacturers, who,
upon that alone allow the char
ineir goous 10 ueienuraie.
GEO. W. SNAMAN.
GAIL BORDEN 'EAGLE' BRAND
Condensed- Milk is always the same.
Rest assured that its standard of excel
lence is constantly maintained. Its
purity, cleanliness, richness and perfec
tion of process in manufacture has never
been equaled. It stands First. It has
for Thirty Years.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it
h Van-To"- Virand-
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BIGGEST AND BUSIEST
NOT ONLY THE BIGGEST AND BUSIEST, bufthe brightest, most cheerful and popular as well A Mammoth
Metropolitan and Cosmopolitan Exposition, embracing more- different styles than any three places in the city, and hand-,
somer and more fashionable novelties than all of them. Andas regards.prices, we simply point to the few examples below.
Everything else in proportion. -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- .;. -:- -:. -;.
500 of them, made of good, stylish raato
rlalo, with fur edge and fur ornamnts,ex
actly as shown above. These Roods wore
consigned to us by a prominent manu
facturer. This acoounts for the btir re
duction In the price. Come quick IX you
For This $14
These very fashionable and popular
garments, made of tan, nary or black
cloths, edged all around with seal fur,
ezactlv as above Illustration; sold by no
house in town for less than $11 (by some
for even more), will so at only $3.00. Only
a limited number. Come quicK.
450 Ladies' very stylish Capes were re
cently offered to our wide-awake burer
for about half the regular price. To-day
we offer them to you on the same basis.
They are made of black cloth, Winches
Ions; rolling collar and W'atteaa plait la
WHITE FOB ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
A surprising special sale of about 2,000 Ladies' and Children's Gar
ments, worth from ti to $g, will take place this week. There'll be but one
uniform price for choice from all and that price will be $4. 75. The
following are among the goods offered:
A lot of Ladies' fancy mixed Jackets, with Watteau back IT fl "
and strap; worth 8 j 4)4aD
A lot of Ladies' tan and brown, reversible, All-Wool IT ff 1"
Cloth Reefers, box back; worth $8 f 340'
A lot of black and navy Cheviot Box Coats, with notch IT P
collar and flap pockets; 32 inches long; value 8.50 f 34 10
A lot of Ladies' black and navy Cheviot Reefers, with 1 T I. TIB"
square collar and welt seams; worth $9 ft I 34a 73
A lot of Misses' tan, blue or black Beavers, Scotch
Mixed Cloths and Invisible Cheviots', with pearl IT Git "7C
buttons and full sleeve; worth 7.50 ft s)f , Q
A lot of Misses' All-Wool, Fancy Mixed Scotch or
Camel's Hair Cloth, with full sleeve, pearl buttons JIT "JC
and notch collar; worth 9 ft 4a IU
The above goods will go with a rush, and, if you're wise, you'll be
on hand early. ,
Not a few odd styles to choose from, but a grand and extensive col
lection, embracing hundreds of entirely new styles, made up exactly as
the most expensive dressmakers would turn out and costing about 50 per
cent less. We mention these few samples:
For All-Wool Navy
Cheviot Russian Suits,
with neatly embroid
ered front and back
and bodice belt; regu
lar pjice 10.
For Ladies Camel's
Hair Tailor-Made Suits,
in black and colors;
with bell skirt, tight
fitting waist and pos
tilion back; regular
LADES' A! Wam UNDERWEAR
This department is bristling with good things which are well worth
your investigation. A clear saving of 25 per cent guaranteed to every
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN
Our immense Millinery Stock, including the choicest, richest and finest
Parisian and New-York Pattern Hats, as well as the flattering products of
our own workrooms, will be offered at prices that are simply amazing.
Among the Trimmed Hat bargains are the following:
A lot of regular $3.50 Children's Trimmed Hats at $1.95. A lot of
regular $5 Children's Trimmed Hats at $2.95. A lot of regular $6.50
Children's Trimmed Hats at $3.95. A lot of Ladies' and Misses' regular
6.50 Trimmed Hats at I3.95. A lot of Ladies' regular $8.50 Trimmed
Hats and Toques at I4.95. A lot of Trimmed Sailor Hats, in medium and
finest qualities from 75c up. A lot of Trimmed Alpine Hats from 75c up.
Thousands of Untrimmed Hats equally low: 1.25 ones for 75c; $1.50
ones for 98c; $1.98 ones for 1.25.
For choice from the fol
lowing 4 styles, any one
of them worth not Jess
than $18, and many
20 and 22.
1st, a lot of Mixed
Russian Suits, finished
with large pearl but
tons. 2nd, a lot of navy
blue Eton Suits, with
separate vest and silk
3d, a lot of navy Rus
sian Suits, with braid
4th, a lot of navy
Reefer Suits, half lined;
WKITE FOB ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
For this $5
They'e made exaotly as above cut, and
will fit girls from 1 to U years old. The
materials ate Scotch plaids and mixed
At CR e show a grand variety of
Ml yo Gretchen Coats, sizes 1 to U;
with mil sleeve; and really worth $3.
For this S4
About 6C0 of them made of tan and
gray eiderdown, trimmed with Angora
far: sizes i to 6; would cost you tt at any
A (tO OA Imported Spotted Camel's
Ml $0.4f Hair Walking Coati with
silk velvet collar and onff; Angora fur
trimming on both sides; sizes 2 to 6; reg
ular price $8.
C For this SI.75
6,000 Ladles' Wrappers In this one lot.
They're made of heavy crepe cloth and
flannelette; lined waist and sleeve; Wat
teau back and full front; choice for 83a.
Another lot of retrular $1 Eiderdown
Wrappers for only 91.98.
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